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    Oct 06 2009

    episode 89: “Longest line…..ever”

    episode 89: “Longest line…..ever”

    September Donation Winner is Nancy. Email is in your box! :)
    October Podcast Donation Incentive:
    Grafton Fibers has donated a set of DPNs for the October incentive. IF you donate during the month of october, you will be entered into a drawing to win a set of their original DPNs in size 0, 1, 1.5, 2, 2.5, and a set of size 0 glove dpns. SO FABULOUS! you will love them!

    -apples apples apples
    -my first bread success

    -rearranging garden in my mind
    -reading and researching. Going to tour coworkers garden
    -stovetop popcorn: 3 tbs oil, 1/2c kernals
    -kettle corn recipe (i would suggest using sunflower or olive oil instead of vegetable)

    -apple orchard line madness
    -waking up to a morning serenade
    -”eve is outside”
    -relating days experiences
    -pumpkin patch schedule

    Fibery goodness:
    -washing fleece using screens
    -finishing the shawl knitting in training
    -trying to finish yarn for coralune before trip
    -rhinebeck wishlist

    Favorite thing:
    Fresh bread

    3 responses so far

    3 Responses to “episode 89: “Longest line…..ever””

    1. Taraon 07 Oct 2009 at 6:12 am

      I need to pick up a copy of that bread book. I’ve been wanting to make my own bread for months now, but never tried because I thought it was too much work. This sounds like exactly what I’m looking for! Can you post your pizza dough recipe? Last time I made my own it didn’t work so well and I’d love to give it another try.

    2. Jaion 08 Oct 2009 at 11:40 am

      Meghan: I was wondering if you had posted on here the recipe for the granola bars that you sometimes talk about on your podcast. I found Nikki’s Healthy Cookies recipe too, but was looking for the other one.

      I also wanted to say that I just love your podcast, you are such an inspiration in both parenting & living green. My daughter and I decided that we’re going to try your idea of having a big stack of washclothes in the kitchen to use instead of buying paper towels & clorox wipes.


    3. KnittyKrison 10 Oct 2009 at 4:47 am

      OK Meghan, YOU are an enabler as well! Off I go to get the bread book for my very own, and to the apple orchard (sans the long lines, please) :)